Strolling along this Aljarafe Wine Route also allows you to discover important heritage landmarks, traces of the past that show the importance of this region.
It is the largest in Spain and enjoys first class facilities that have earned it the highest rating by the national turf association.
The Royal Golf Club of Seville, home of the Spanish Open in 2008, 2010 and 2012, has one of the best courses in Europe. Designed by José María Olazábal.
“Let us build a church so that those who see it finished will think we are mad”, said the canons in 1401. It is the largest Christian Gothic cathedral in the world.
The history of the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla goes back to the days of the conquest of the city in the year 1248 by King Ferdinand III the Saint.
Itálica is the Roman City that was built in what is now of course the municipality of Santiponce, in the province of Seville.
The Alcázar is the faithful witness to the history of Seville, marked by the diversity of cultures and the legacies they have left in the city.
The cereal flourished in Seville in 1936, with the arrival of numerous families from Valencia.
Doñana is an area of extraordinary ecological and landscape diversity, being one of the most emblematic protected natural areas in Europe.
The origins of the Seville April Fair go back to August 25, 1846, when it was a cattle fair. Queen Isabel II granted Seville the privilege of holding a fair.
Large beaches of white sand, where water, dunes and pine forests meet and combine. Huelva is, moreover, the quintessential Columbus region.
One of the most fervent religious expressions in the Western world, with artistic representations of great material value.
260 km of coast and 138 km of beaches: coves, inlets and sandy stretches of several kilometres. The cliffs of the Caños de Meca (Barbate) are striking.